Reaching “The Bar” Within Marriage

Reaching “The Bar” Within Marriage

by Amy Martin When I was a little girl, I used to dream of getting married someday—as I’’m sure many young girls do. I would dream about marrying a man that had all the best qualities imaginable, and then some. Now, I can’’t vouch for men, but I imagine as...
Does God Really Love You?

Does God Really Love You?

by Joshua Straub A few years ago, I traveled to speak at a marriage conference in Texas. My wife, Christi, who was then in the middle of a 14-week stint of all-day sickness from her pregnancy, was unable to travel with me. So she stayed home with our then 18-month-old...
Escape

Escape

by Tim Walker If you’ve watched a lot of movies, or even the evening news, you know this truth . . . escapes are hard. People don’t just walk out free and clear. Well, that is unless you are the apostle Paul and Silas experiencing a divine jail break (Acts 16). But...
Your Husband’s Greatest Fear

Your Husband’s Greatest Fear

by Justin Davis There is a universal fear that every husband has. This fear keeps us up at night and wakes us up in the morning. It isn’’t talked about much because we don’’t like admitting we’’re afraid. Being afraid, we believe, makes us less of a...
Tom Hanks and Why Your Husband Teared Up

Tom Hanks and Why Your Husband Teared Up

by Shaunti Feldhahn A woman came up to me after a talk about gender differences and asked, “My husband and I were watching that new Tom Hanks movie, Bridge of Spies, and near the end I looked over and my husband was crying! I mean, it’’s great that Tom Hanks...